14 May 2017

Prague in 35mm film part IV

Prague, Day 2. Crossing Charles Bridge into Old Town. A day of heavy rain and chilly wind, yet filled with more adventure and discovery. Moments where we were utterly lost, bickering, having absolutely no idea where we were going, hoping to find street signs directing us to our preferred location. Let's be honest, no adventure is complete without at least one moment of "I don't KNOW WHERE WE ARE". But it was so much fun. Every minute of it - even with that rain. 

The city was busy with tourists, though nothing overwhelming. The walk over Charles Bridge was quite something: to admire the Castle atop the hill behind you, and the beautiful colourfull houses lining the side of the river facing you. 

Then there was the historical Old Town square. The Astronomical Clock and the Old Town Hall, the Gothic Church of Our Lady Before Týn, the Baroque St Nicolas Church - such fine works of architecture, absolutely stunning buildings that you can't take your eyes off. 

With our newly purchased tickets, we climbed the many steps inside the Astronimical Tower and found ourselves above the whole square, gazing upon the hundreds of multi-coloured umbrellas dancing around below.

This is our final film pictures post from Prague. I love shooting in film more than anything, and we were so pleased with the outcome of these pictures. Our only regret being, as always, that we didn't shoot more.

Holly x


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